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Welcome to Catesbi
Catesbi is making a difference to children with autism, related conditions and children from deprived backgrounds. We focus on teaching and applying the principles of behaviour into day to day life. We work in partnership with families, caregivers and professionals across Tayside to provide the tools they need to help the children in their care reach their full potential. We offer:
Training for groups 1:1 Individualised sessions
40 hours of Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) course
Bespoke behaviour intervention and guidance
Research Director: BCBA Brandon U.
Finance Director: David W.
Company Secretary: Viv G.
Social media: Fraser M.
Art: Rikki O.
Event organiser: Irma A.
Join our board:
We are now keen to attract volunteers to our existing board who may have:
1) EXPERIENCE of working with children with challenging behaviour,
children with disabilities, children from deprived backgrounds – such as parents, teachers, medical professionals or,
2) KNOWLEDGE and expertise in other skills: health & social care, social
enterprise, finance, marketing, HR and/or legal.
We are registered as a Community Interest Company. In-order to sustain this vital service as a part of prevention and early intervention, potential board members will be responsible for;
· collaborative working,
· informed decision making,
· quality assurance,
· the implementation of policy and robust governance,
which will ultimately contribute to the continued development of a young social enterprise in the city of Dundee.
The Board will meet once every two months and Board members would be expected to attend more than half of the meetings annually.
“Children are at the centre of everything we do. Count us in if you know a child who could do with positive behaviour support.”
A trained Social Worker and Therapist, Suzie Repova has also been a chair of a Children’s Panel where she was inspired by the life stories of children. She has been a foster carer to a boy who has autism and has worked with children on the autistic spectrum and other disabilities since 2007. These were the reasons why she has done Postgraduate studies in Autism & Learning. Her interest in Applied Behavioural Analysis grew when she worked as self-employed Behavioural Therapist in Edinburgh and Lothian. She studied to become a Registered Behaviour Technician at the University of Belfast. She is now keen to bring people together, form partnerships with families and professionals to make a positive, enduring difference in lives of many children.